Take A Peek Inside Today’s Most Influential Newsroom [Pics]
Pictures of Reddit's no-frills working space in San Francisco might surprise you.
Reddit is a powerhouse of information, and even though it saw more than 114 million unique visitors from 190 different countries grace the site, it still has a relatively small, but committed team. Reuters recently got a chance to visit their San Francisco office, and snapped some pictures of the surprisingly low-key offices that the original redditors call home.
While the company also has a co-working space based in New York, the office in San Francisco is the main hub of activity. Much like the site’s no-frills design, the offices are a simple affair that prove the team are more interested in placing value on their work, rather than all the trappings of other high-profile tech companies.
If there is one other theme that runs through the pictures, it’s that the team love their mascot, which you can see make a regular appearance in various shapes, sizes, and colors.
[h/t] Business Insider